Civic Center, Hall of Justice, Room C-10
8:00am - 4:00pm
Traffic/Infraction Amnesty Program
October 1, 2015 through March 31, 2017
Reduce Traffic Court Debt & Reinstate Suspended Driver’s Licenses
Reduce court debt on your unpaid fines/tickets if due prior to January 1, 2013 and you have not made a payment after June 24, 2015.
Please bring your completed application
to the Traffic Clerk’s Office, Room C-10, beginning October 1, 2015. If you live 100 miles or more outside the area you may mail the application
and $50 fee to Marin County Superior Court.
- If you do not owe restitution to a victim
- If you do not have an outstanding misdemeanor or felony warrant in the county
- You may be eligible for restoration of your driver’s license with tickets that qualify for amnesty reduction. If your ticket
does not qualify for a reduction, then you must be in good standing in collections
- A $50 fee will be assessed for qualified participants
- Not included in the program – parking tickets, reckless driving, DUIs and other serious offenses
Please watch this informational video to help you
determine if you qualify for the Traffic/Infraction Amnesty Program.
The Traffic Clerk's Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except holidays. The
office is located on the Court Floor of the Marin County Civic Center Hall of Justice in Room C-10. For
directions to the Civic Center, please
The Marin County Civic Center has three drive-though arches. From the middle arch lobby only, take the
elevator to the "C" floor. After passing through security screening, go left to the end of the hall to Room
C-10. For individuals wishing to speak with a clerk in this office, please call (415) 444-7180 between 8:00
a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Calls are answered in the order received.
The mailing address is:
Marin County Superior Court - Traffic
P.O. Box 4988
San Rafael, CA 94913-4988
Spanish Language Services
The Traffic Clerk's Office has several Spanish speaking clerks to assist the public and some forms are also
available for review in Spanish. In court hearings, there is usually a Spanish language interpreter in the
courtroom to assist non-English speakers at these hearings.